Alpha-Cure Disinfection

UV Disinfection / Sterilisation

We have launched Alpha-Purify, a new division focusing on UV disinfection – click on the logo to take a look at the website and make an enquiry!


Alpha-Cure’s dedicated research and development department are committed  to delivering responsible innovations in partnership with leading water  disinfection system manufacturers throughout the world.

Ultraviolet disinfection is a means of disabling or rendering harmless micro-organisms (ranging from bacteria and viruses to algae and protozoa)  in a dedicated environment using ultraviolet light technology.

Short-wavelength ultraviolet radiation, is harmful to micro-organisms. It is effective in destroying the  nucleic acids  in these organisms so that their  DNA  is disrupted by the UV radiation, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions.

“The quality of their ultraviolet lamps and customer service over the years has exceeded our  expectations and led us to become one of the market leaders in the UV purification industry.”
Radoslaw Sadowski  (General Director,  F.H.U. RAAN-UV SYSTEMS)

Alpha-Cure manufacturers and supplies bespoke UV lamp designs and cost  effective UV solutions to meet your exact requirements:

  • Medium/High Pressure (MHP) Mercury UV Lamps
  • Low Pressure, Low Output (LPLO) Mercury UV Lamps
  • Low Pressure, High Output Mercury UV lamps (Amalgam Lamps)
  • Lamp Ballasts
  • Electronic Power Supplies
  • Quartz Sleeves
  • UV Measuring Equipment
  • UV Lamp and System Accessories

The water decontamination industry is one of the most crucial  industries in the world, each nation requires ultraviolet (UV)  technologies for;

  • Consumer Drinking Water
  • Industrial Process Water
  • Industrial Wastewater
  • Municipal Drinking Water
  • Municipal Wastewater
  • Ballast Water

This method has many advantages:

  • Immediate treatment process  – no need for holding tanks or long retention times etc.
  • Environmentally friendly  – there are  no dangerous chemicals to handle or store and no risk of overdosing.
  • Low cost  – when compared with similar technologies such as ozone, chlorine etc. and extremely economical since hundreds of gallons may be treated for each penny of operating cost.
  • Low power consumption.

Principles of UV Lamp Disinfection